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I'm assuming by "LLC" , you mean a Limited Liability Corporation. An LLC has partners who may or may not be an employee of the business. The partners risk is limited to their investment in the business, but they would not be entitled to employee benefits such as Group Life, Health, Disability and Retirement. If the LLC partner is giving advice to the business, they may need personal liabilty insurance.
Hard to say what you mean by business insurance, too. Trying to focus on your need.
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Thanks pigskin and luckiest but i need more my friend has LLC on her business she say's so her business is protected and she wont be able to be sued personally as for me i only have liability insurance. I dont know the difference of if i should be under LLC insurance.